GUEST ROOMS

The farmhouse has seven guest rooms available.

Each room owes its name to the beautiful polder region.

The spacious rooms are tastefully decorated. Each room has a shower, washbasin, and toilet. Each room has free wireless internet (Wi-Fi) and TV. The room can always be extended with a cot. A hairdryer is available on request. The rooms and farmhouse are non-smoking. Pets are not permitted. Thank you for respecting this.

In the summer, you can relax on the patio and on cold evenings, you can nestle down in the reading nook with a nice beer or a glass of wine.

There are several board games available.

Rapenberg

1 night

4 person room – 100€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

4 person room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Hedwige

1 night

Double room – 93€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

Double room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Emma

1 night

Double room – 93€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

Double room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Saeftinghe

1 night

Double room – 93€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

Double room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Arenberg

1 night

Double room – 93€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

Double room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Prosper

1 night

Double room – 93€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

Double room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Louisa

1 night

Double room – 93€

Single room – 64€

multiple nights

Double room – 83€

Single room – 59€

breakfast included, tourist tax (1 € /pers) not included

Contact

Nieuw-Arenbergstraat 8
9130 Beveren-Waas (Kieldrecht)

guest rooms:
Mireille 0476/318810
info@arenberghoeve.be

regional products:
Alexander 0479/454813
streekproducten@arenberghoeve.be

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